TITLE: Lighthouse, Entrance Duluth-Superior Harbor, Duluth, Minn.
Entrance Duluth-Superior Harbor
Through this narrow canal, entrance tto the Duluth-Superior Harbor, annually passes more freight tonnage than is handled by any other American port excepting that of New York City. Iron ore from the great iron ranges lying to the north of Duluth, wheat rom the northwest, meat, butter, eggs and other dairy products, form an important part of this commerce.
POSTCARD ID: 123-D and 8A-H2966
PUBLISHER: Zenith Interstate News CO., Duluth, Minn.
POSTMARK: None – not used postally
TITLE: Split Rock Light House, On The Rugged Shore of Lake Superior.
Minnesota’s Scenic North Shore Drive
CAPTION: Split Rock Lighthouse is one of the scenic Points of Interest on the North Shore Drive. Situated on the brink of a sheer cliff, 200 feet above the lake, the lighthouse is not only picturesque, but extremely important to boats plying the lake. The lighthouse is open to visitors daily except Sunday. Split Rock is so named because two cliffs, a quarter of a mile apart, when viewed from the lake, appear as one split in twain.
POSTCARD ID: K-74
PUBLISHER: ‘Curteichcolor’ Reproduction from Kodachrome or Ektachome Original
POSTMARK: Schroeder, MINN JUN 28, 1955